Tuesday, September 29, 2015

Panel Session at ASIS - Gunshot Recognition Analytics

Bosch's Lloyd Uliana will moderate a panel discussion at ASIS 2015 on Gunshot Recognition Analytics. Speakers will include Charles Butler, CPP, The Security Oracle, Darnell Washington, SecureXperts, Inc. and Sally Fernandez, Safety Dynamics, Inc.

Interested? Here's a quick description: 
The April 2013 attack on a Pacific Gas and Energy substation in San Jose, CA, exposed the vulnerability of the nation’s electric power grid to vandalism and disruption. Captured on surveillance video, snipers opened fire on the substation for more than 19 minutes. By the time police arrived, the adversaries were gone, but they had knocked out 17 transformers that supply power to Silicon Valley. Replicated across the country, similar incidents could take down the U.S. grid, crippling the economic, social, and political fabric of the country. Explore how gunshot recognition technology can provide actionable intelligence
immediately to first responders, reducing the time a shooter
can act and minimizing casualties.
The panel session will be held on:
Wednesday, September 30, 2015
11:00 am - 12:00 pm
Room 203B

Monday, September 28, 2015

Showing Integrated Security Solutions at ASIS 2015

At ASIS 2015, we are highlighting how integrated systems provide powerful solutions for common security concerns while reducing cost and complexity for end users. The interactive display featuring our latest products and systems demonstrates how to protect sensitive areas, manage video and security data, automate functions for easy operation, prevent theft and vandalism, and more.

Attendees will learn how the new G Series Control Panels enhance facility security with intrusion detection, access control and IP camera integration through the Bosch Video Management System. Leveraging the full capabilities of G Series systems enables users to automate functions for simplified operation. For example, by presenting access control credentials, authorized personnel can automatically unlock doors, disarm the intrusion detection system and turn on the lights at a facility.

Integrating the new G Series Control Panels with Bosch IP cameras provides added protection of sensitive areas, such as ATM service rooms, cash offices, pharmacies and more. This allows security personnel to view images of intrusion detection system events, such as a video snapshot to verify the identity of the person who disarmed a critical area. In addition, Bosch IP cameras programmed to alert based on Intelligent Video Analysis events – such as loitering, crossing a perimeter line, or others – can activate points on the security control panel.

Monitoring security data is simplified through the DIVAR IP 3000 all-in-one video management system, which combines a network recorder, storage array, client workstation and integrated Bosch Video Management System software. With this solution, operators can view cameras and control panel status and events on a graphical map, as well as control streams and arm and disarm the panels via the Bosch Video Management System software. Authorized personnel can also view video remotely via mobile devices and tablets, anytime from anywhere.

To prevent theft and vandalism, central monitoring stations equipped with Cloud-based Services from Bosch can monitor facilities via video and provide audio intervention when needed. For example, if motion is detected at a facility when the intrusion detection system is armed, Cloud-based Services enables the central monitoring station to verify the alarm through live and recorded video. If an intruder is at the premises, the operator can communicate that the area is under surveillance to help prevent damage to the facility.

Customers can benefit from integrated security solutions whether they choose a complete Bosch solution or software from another industry provider. Bosch IP cameras and control panels are compatible with a range of security software solutions from other industry providers. Additional details on the Bosch Integration Partner Program are available at ipp.boschsecurity.com.

For more information on integrating security solutions to enhance facility security, visit Bosch at booth #1209 at ASIS 2015 or online at www.boschsecurity.us

Thursday, September 24, 2015

Outdoor Perimeter Protection

Security Sales & Integration magazine has published an article by Tom Mechler and Sean Murphy of Bosch, describing how an integrated security solution is key to detecting and stopping intruders before they gain entry.

Read the article at http://bit.ly/1iM13la

Wednesday, September 23, 2015

Check out the Latest Bosch Products at ASIS 2015

Visit the Bosch booth #1209 at ASIS 2015 to see our integrated security solutions that include intrusion detection, access control, and video surveillance and monitoring! We're showing how to:
  • Increase facility security and automate functions for easy operation
  • Protect sensitive areas with video verification and analytics
  • Manage data with enterprise-wide control of video and security devices
  • View video and control camera streams via mobile devices
  • Prevent theft and vandalism with video monitoring services
Experience the benefits of an integrated system and get details on our latest new products and services, including:
  • G Series Control Panels delivering greater security and control
  • Commercial Series Motion Detectors for excellent catch performance and false alarm immunity
  • FLEXIDOME IP panoramic cameras for a 360-degree overview in a single image
  • FLEXIDOME IP 5000 cameras offering detailed images and easy installation
  • AUTODOME IP 4000 and 5000 moving cameras to locate, track and zoom in on objects
  • Cloud-based Services that enable video monitoring capabilities